Category Archives: Kittens

Winnie

Winnie - female

Winnie – female

DOB: 8/2019

Winnie is a bouncy, friendly, fun loving little girl. “I’m looking for a great home after being abandoned on the cold streets of the city.  I just want to be warm, safe, and loved”.

Hannah and Rebecca

Hannah and Rebecca females

Hannah and Rebecca
females

DOB: Early July 2019

Hannah and Rebecca were found at an exit off the Parkway. They are nice, gentle girls with beautiful markings. They sure look much better than when they were found! These pretty girls will sit on an available lap for hours!
Please help us find them a new family.

Peanut

Peanut - female

Peanut – female

DOB:  April 27, 2019

Now available for adoption.

 

Rio

Rio - female

Rio – female

DOB:  May 21, 2019

Now available for adoption.

 

Julius

Julius - male

Julius – male

DOB:  May 21, 2019

Now available for adoption.

 

Button

Button - female

Button – female

DOB: June 6, 2019

Now available for adoption.

Tanya

Tanya - female

Tanya – female

DOB: April 26, 2019

Tanya is a black, short haired female who is independent.  She can be a little skittish but once she get into a home of her own, she should blossom into the friendly, playful kitten that her siblings are, and  I have seen her be.  She is good with other cats, older kids, but recommended no dogs.

Blake

Blake - male

Blake – male

DOB: April 26, 2019

Blake is a very sweet, loving, purr machine.  Medium length black hair with a white pendant.  Blake loves to give kisses on your hands, face, toes.  He does good with other cats, might be OK with dogs and kids, but hasn’t been around them.

 

Cookie and Cream

Cookie

Cookie – female

DOB: May 1, 2019

Cookie and Cream are a wonderful pair of kitties looking for their own furever homes.

Cream

Cream – female

 

 

 WHERE ARE ALL THE KITTENS?????

It won’t be long and we will see kittens waiting for a home.  Check back often to see when they start to appear.

 What is kitten season?

Why does kitten season occur? Because too many kittens are born when cats who are not spayed and neutered mate.

The easiest way to help reduce the overwhelming numbers of unwanted cats is to spay and neuter your own cat and encourage others to do the same. Unaltered cats are driven by their hormones and tend to sneak outdoors primarily in search of a mate. Mating just once can start a domino effect that can result in dozens, even hundreds or thousands of unwanted animals.

Above information is taken from the Humane Society.